Restaurants' table turnover tricks boost business
April 30th, 2010
03:16 PM ET
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Next time you find yourself at a boisterous bistro shouting at your dinner companions over the plat du jour, it might be the result of a restaurant up-sell.

It turns out these not-so-good vibrations might be on purpose. Studies show people drink more, eat faster and leave sooner when the bass is thumping, so restaurants are bringing the noise.

Customers have been sounding off in recent years about the deafening volume level in restaurants.

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